Shift+Alt+Down arrow key. Ctrl + Up arrow key: I use keyboard shortcuts a lot to get through a document more quickly without having to change to the mouse. Ctrl+Right arrow key. Ctrl + Left Arrow Cursor goes to the beginning of the previous word Nudge selected slide object leftwards, in smaller increments if the Snap to Grid option is enabled. Move the cursor to the start of the next word: CTRL + Right Arrow; Move the cursor back to the start of the previous word: CTRL + Left Arrow; Move the cursor back to the start of the previous paragraph: CTRL + Up Arrow; Move the cursor to the start of the next paragraph: CTRL + Down Arrow; Go to the start of a document: CTRL + Left arrow Ctrl + Shift + Left Arrow Select or cancel selection for one word to the left (for text) Size selected object(s) thinner in smaller increments than Shift + Left Arrow. How many minutes does it work approximately? Ctrl + (Left arrow) – Move one word to the left at a time; Ctrl + (Right arrow) – Move one word to the right at a time; Windows 10 shortcut keys (Most of these keys will also work on earlier Operating Systems) Windows logo key + L – Lock your PC; Alt + Tab – Switch between the open applications on your computer Select the paragraph below. Ctrl+Up arrow key twice - move to the beginning of the preceding paragraph. Ctrl + Left arrow key: Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word. Select the paragraph above. Ctrl+Down arrow key - move to the beginning of the next paragraph . Ctrl + Right arrow key: Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word. I especially use Ctrl + Arrow Keys to move through a document word by word instead of letter by letter. Shift+Alt+Right arrow key Works in ms word Also ctrl+ u has something wrong because usually that command erase from the cursor to the beginning of the line, while now erase entire line.. Shift+Arrow keys. I use MS Word 2007 at work. Page Up - move up one screen Only the combination isn't working (but sometime does). Ctrl+Left arrow key - move one word to the left. I have Windows 7. Correct? Ctrl+Up arrow key - move to the beginning of the current paragraph. Select the word to the left. Select the word to the right. Shift+Alt+Up arrow key. Move one word at a time: Press Ctrl + Left/Right Arrow to move the insertion point an entire word at a time to the left or right. Select text. Do ctrl+uparrow and ctrl+downarrow work? Does it always work after a reboot? left and right arrow key work always? ctrl key works always? This shortcut has stopped working. Ctrl+Left arrow key. It moves to previous/next paragraph (not previous line). Ctrl+Right arrow key - move one word to the right. Can I do that in bash somehow? Shift+Alt+Left arrow key. I am use to using the CTRL key to move faster when using the left and right arrow keys (goes to end of a word, instead of one char at a time). I could probably code it, but I was wondering if there is something easier / already done. Move the cursor to the end of the current line. Ctrl + arrow key Working with text, this will move the cursor one word at a time, left & right, or a paragraph at a time up & down. After the last system update the ctrl + left/right arrow command on zsh terminal doesn't do anything.